This is an accumulation of articles that are related to the material contained in the UM. These articles have all been written by other individuals and organizations. The inclusion of these organizations and/or authors’ articles is based solely off of their relevance to the Universal Model.

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Forty-eight million years ago, an iguana relative living in what’s now Germany scarfed down an insect with a shimmering exoskeleton. Soon thereafter the lizard’s luck changed—when a juvenile snake gulped it down headfirst.

California Gov. Jerry Brown kept up his assault on climate change Monday, pushing through a law meant to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from dairy farms and landfills. “You know, when Noah wanted to build his ark, most of the people laughed at him?” Brown said, per the Sacramento Bee, adding that that ark saved Earth’s species. “We’ve got to build our ark, too, by stopping … dangerous pollutants.”

How the moon and big tides could be a trigger for big earthquakes

 

California Gov. Jerry Brown kept up his assault on climate change Monday, pushing through a law meant to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from dairy farms and landfills. “You know, when Noah wanted to build his ark, most of the people laughed at him?” Brown said, per the Sacramento Bee, adding that that ark saved Earth’s species. “We’ve got to build our ark, too, by stopping … dangerous pollutants.”

Science is the study of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. Throughout history many famous scientists have obtained recognition by going against the system and thinking outside of the box. One such example is Galileo who broke away from the modern science of his time and used the telescope to help show that not everything revolves around the Earth. This modern-day article shows that this type of scientific discovery is still needed. Bob Williams of the Space Telescope Science Institute makes the comment, “Scientific discovery requires risk.” The Universal Model is on a mission like that of Galileo, finding new truths with testable, repeatable scientific experimentation. The reward will be worth the risk!...

One of our UM affiliates, Boyd Tuttle - President of Digital Legend Press, was interviewed by KTALK Radio on the DisruptUp Radio show. Listen to his interview regarding the UM by using the media player below. Click here or go to digitalegend.com to learn more about Digital Legend Press....

The author of the UM, Dean Sessions, was interviewed by Oak Norton from the Agency Based Education organization. Listen to the interview regarding the UM by using the media player below. Click here to go to AgencyBasedEducation.org and read more....

One of our UM affiliates, Rod Meldrum - President of the Firm Foundation, was interviewed by KTALK Radio. Listen to his interview regarding the UM by using the media player below. Click here to see Rod's recent email newsletter regarding the UM....

A 2016 NASA study says that an increase in Antarctic snow accumulation is currently adding enough ice to the continent to outweigh the increased losses from its thinning glaciers. The research challenges the conclusions of other studies, including the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2013 report, which says that Antarctica is overall losing land ice. This research confirms Chapter 9, the Weather Model, research on global cooling/warming in the UM.  To read the full article from NASA click here....

Scientists have long debated whether the movements of the Moon and the tidal stresses it generates play a role in triggering earthquakes, and now it looks like we might have an answer. A new study by researchers in Japan suggests that large earthquakes are more likely to occur at times of a full or new Moon. Nine of the 12 largest earthquakes – those with a magnitude of 8.2 or above – happened around a new or full Moon. At the time of a New and full Moon during the monthly lunar cycle, the Sun, Moon, and Earth all align, and the gravitational tug of the Moon on Earth is at its most intense. To really understand the effect that the Moon has on earthquakes, read the new evidences and discoveries found in the Magma Pseudotheory and the Hyrdoplanet Model...